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Who said what after ICJ stays Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence

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May 18 , Thursday : Soon after the International court of Justice (ICJ) stays  Kulbhushan Jadhav’s death sentence by Pakistani court, the decision was enthusiastically welcomed  by India.

The Prime Minister of India also expressed his greetings by calling  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and appreciated veteran advocate Harish Salve efforts before the International court of Justice (ICJ).

The ICJ’s verdict has been  emerged as a great relief to the family of Kulbhushan Jadhav as well as entire India. Below we have enlisted who said what on this major achievement of India.

Arun Jaitley : Relief and satisfaction as the #ICJ order has come- Rule of Law has won.

Sushma Swaraj : The ICJ order has come as a great relief to the familly of Kulbhushan Jadhav and people of India.

Rajnath Singh : The ICJ’s decision to stay the execution of Shri Kulbhushan Jadhav gives the people of India a deep sense of satisfaction and relief.

AG Mukul Rohatgi : Indian stand is victorious, congratulate all concerned persons,especially the External Affairs Ministry.

Venkaiah Naidu : Major victory for India #KulbhushanJadhav case.ICJ upholds India’s right to consular access,put a stay on death execution. Justice prevails

Ram Vilas Paswan : ICJ decision upholds India’s right to consular access,puts stay on death execution: A major victory for India  in #KulbhushanJadhav case.

Manish Tewari : Government of India must use the ICJ decision as a trigger to bring Kulbhushan Jadhav back. The court has given a favorable decision.

Dalbir Kaur sister of Sarabjit Singh : It is the victory of crores of Indians and the truth.

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Sukma: CRPF personnel killed in Naxal encounter

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Sukma, April 21: A Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel lost his life in an encounter with Naxals near Kistaram camp in insurgency-hit Sukma district of Chhattisgarh on late Friday.

The gunfight erupted when troops of 212 battalion of CRPF, 208 CoBRA, along with Chhattisgarh police were carrying out a cordon and search operation last night.

The deceased was a native of Madhya Pradesh.

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Raipur: 7-year-old sexually assaulted in school

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Chhattisgarh, April 21: In yet another case of crime against minors, a seven-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted at Raipur School.

Speaking to ANI, Victim’s father said “It was her first day to the school on Wednesday. She went to the school and we wanted to meet her at the school, but we weren’t allowed to do so. While changing her clothes after she returned from school, my wife noticed blood on her private parts and she was not wearing undergarments.”

On being asked if she had reported about the incident to the teacher, the minor replied that the teacher was absent on the second day of her school.

Meanwhile, the police said that they were investigating the matter and were examining CCTV footages of the school. An FIR was lodged for the same.

The president of Child Right Commission, Prabha Dubey, said “I have spoken to the girl personally. She is saying that a ‘bhaiya’ had allegedly molested her. We asked the peon of the school about the undergarment, to which she replied that she had thrown away the undergarment since the girl had urinated on it. I will constitute a team to investigate the matter.”

In the wake of recent Unnao, Surat Kathua rape cases, Indian social media has been abuzz with the words – “rape horror”.

Massive countrywide protests are being held demanding death penalty for those accused of raping minors.

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Accused in fake facebook post on Manohar Parrikar’s health, gets bail

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Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar (File Photo)

Panaji, April 20: A city Judicial Magistrate First Class(JMFC) court on Friday granted bail to Kenneth Silveira, who was arrested by Crime Branch of Goa for posting fake information about Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s “death” on Facebook.

He was released on a personal bond of ₹10,000, reported The Hindu.

In a related development, members of civil society staged a protest outside the Goa Police headquarters here on Friday morning condemning the arrest.

Kenneth, 35, was arrested by the Crime Branch on Wednesday, a day after he put up the post on social media, on a complaint by a BJP office-bearer.

Parrikar is undergoing treatment for advanced pancreatic cancer in the US.

On Friday, a few dozen protesters rallied at the police headquarters and accused police of trying to “muzzle” free speech.

The Opposition has also criticised the police for the arrest of Silveira, who contested the 2017 by-poll in Panaji but lost to Parrikar.

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